Black-Owned Home Decor Brands We Love for Their Signature Style

Support Black creators by shopping these stylish interior decor companies created and owned by Black women.

Your home is a reflection of your unique personality, and its decor should evoke joy and represent the things that are most important to you. Styling your space with decor designed, made, or sold by a diverse group of makers is one meaningful way to support and celebrate a range of perspectives. The following home brands—all created and owned by Black women—can boost your home's style and show your support for inclusivity in the home design industry. Check out a few of our favorite Black-owned businesses to shop for home furniture, accessories, paint, and more.

Best for Accessories: Jungalow

Founded by Justina Blakeney, Jungalow began as a design blog before evolving into a lifestyle brand that celebrates color, pattern, and globally inspired style. The brand's offerings include goods designed in Jungalow's Los Angeles studio, as well as products sourced from artisans around the world. Justina's signature bold, eclectic style can be seen in throw pillows decorated with tigers and tropical motifs, decorative planters in unexpected shapes, art prints featuring women and nature-inspired designs, and more.

turquoise planter against patterned wallpaper
Courtesy of Jungalow

Buy It: Kaya 3-Piece Ceramic Planter by Justina Blakeney, ($79, Jungalow)

Best for Paint: Clare

Interior designer Nicole Gibbons founded the paint brand Clare as a solution for homeowners searching for a curated selection of shades they're guaranteed to love. You can try out one of Clare's 64 interior paint colors, including soft neutrals and vibrant jewel tones, using peel-and-stick paint swatches, or use the Color Genius feature to receive a color recommendation based on the type of furniture and lighting in your space. The brand's premium interior paints are zero-VOC and self-priming for a safe, easy application and durable finish.

Best for Wallpaper: Sheila Bridges

Drawing inspiration from traditional French toile, New York City-based interior designer Sheila Bridges created her Harlem Toile de Jouy pattern as a tribute to the Black experience. Although initially designed as a wallcovering, the popular print has since been applied to fabric, glassware, apparel, and even accessories like totes and umbrellas. In addition to her signature toile print, Sheila has a slew of other wallpaper prints available, including colorful stripes and classic damask.

Best for Woven Baskets: Tackussanu Senegal

By purchasing a woven basket from Tackussanu Senegal, you'll not only score a quality piece but also help support female artisans from the West African country of Senegal. Founded in May 2019, the female-owned small business sells handmade baskets woven in rural Senegal using traditional techniques. The woven pieces are available in a wide variety of colors and designs, with options that range from small accent trays to large lidded storage bins.

Best for Art Prints: Tactile Matter

Artist Kenesha Sneed sells prints (both framed and unframed) of her colorful artwork on her site Tactile Matter. Her designs often feature Black women and nature-inspired motifs rendered in rich, saturated colors. In addition to prints, she also creates throw blankets and a children's book.

framed art print of black women and sunrise
Courtesy of Tactile Matter

Buy It: Sunrise print, (starting at $45, Tactile Matter)

Best for Colorful Pillows: Reflektion Design

Vibrant colors and patterns inspired by Africa are woven into each of Reflektion Design's products, which range from apparel and accessories to decor and pillow covers. The handmade textiles, including traditional mud cloth and Ankara fabric (dyed cotton fabric characterized by intense colors and bold patterns), are ethically sourced from African countries such as Ghana, Mali, and Burkina Faso.

Best for Custom Furniture: Nicole Crowder Upholstery

Minneapolis-based furniture designer Nicole Crowder began upholstering furniture for her clients in 2013, and today her company designs custom pieces that mix classic styles with eclectic textiles. She collaborates with designers and business owners to transform new or vintage furnishings into uniquely personalized pieces. On her website, Nicole also sells hand-sewn floor pillows designed for meditation in a variety of vibrant fabrics, along with unique vintage finds.

Best for Vintage Finds: BLK MKT Vintage

Founded by New York natives Kiyanna Stewart and Jannah Handy, BLK MKT Vintage curates found treasures that celebrate Black history and culture. Their regularly changing inventory of vintage wares includes books, clothing, posters and art, pins, and other collectibles. Items are sold through their website and at their storefront in Brooklyn, New York, throughout the weekend.

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